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I am looking for any information I can find about Linux on iClass servers.

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I am looking for any information I can find about Linux on iClass servers.  Too detail..  I was asked to look at the use of an iClass server with Linux running an ORacle 9i data base.  No kidding.  Can it be done.. is it being done, if so what are the issues, good/bad results etc etc.
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Please expand on what you mean by iClass servers. If it's the small embedded smartcard business, then I'm fairly sure that you're being wound up, as an Oracle 9i database won't fit...let alone an operating system as well!.....but obviously you could be thinking of something completely different?

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yes this is a full system.  We have some big IBM servers and I have been asked to see if our current system could be migrated to linux on these ibm servers.  They are currentl Unix 11.11 on HP.  The Oracle db is version 9.2.0.7
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Can you give a link to one of these iClass servers, as I'm not familiar with them - I'm only familiar with iClass smartcards...hence my bemusement at the initial suggestion!

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